More reviews of Confessions of a Discontented Deity.
US Amazon already includes reviews from:
Mystery writer Ronald C. Tierney
“…Lewin lends his talent to the kind of thought-provoking fun we find with the irreverent playfulness of Shaw, Twain and Vonnegut.”
Reviewer Kent E. Schroder
“…Where does 'Confessions' fit? It doesn't…There is no way to tie this book to any of Lewin's previous work…God finds himself discontented and decides to visit the earth in human form. To tell you more of the plot might ruin the surprises awaiting the reader. If you like Lewin, read this novel…a very enjoyable book by a fine writer.”
Reviewer Adel Foz
“This is a fast, engaging read about how God copes with the fact that he made man (not woman) in his own image. That means dealing with men's changing feelings about life and women. I kept wondering what would happen next and read it in three sittings…”
Sister Julie E. Lewin
“CONFESSIONS OF A DISCONTENTED DEITY is different, delightful, clever, entertaining, laugh-out-loud, yet thought-provoking. Ideal for those who can read for only a limited time per reading session, because each chapter picks up easily from the last and sort of stands on its own. I gave a bunch for holiday gifts.”
On UK Amazon reviewer iChas said
“…God has created Man in his own image, and so, logically, God is moody, lusty, capricious, easily bored, and comes to recognise His Own aggressive streak. He is also Creative (obviously, and still at it) and a bit of a nerd. And thoroughly spoiled. So far, so comic, and it is…But the fundamental dilemma of God's situation is so cleverly woven into the story that the book is both thought provoking and frankly subversive.”
A poem written by the actor Roger Gartland on the subject of the book. Thank you, Roger.
A Discontented Deity,
Who's risking His integrity,
By lusting for variety,
May yet preserve His piety:
It need not be catastrophe
If He abstains from chastity
But would be a calamity
Were He to eschew charity.
May go on for eternity,
The essence of Divinity's
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